Champions Golf Tour
$1,700,000 Outback Steakhouse Pro-Am Field
TPC Tampa Bay
Par 71 - 6828 Yards
Lutz, Florida
Apr 16 - Apr 18, 2010
 
Fulton Allem
Tommy Armour III
Paul Azinger
Andy Bean
Chip Beck
Ronnie Black
Phil Blackmar
Olin Browne
Brad Bryant
Russ Cochran
John Cook
Fred Couples
Jim Dent
Allen Doyle
David Eger
Dave Eichelberger
Keith Fergus
Vicente Fernandez
Bruce Fleisher
Dan Forsman
David Frost
Fred Funk
Bob Gilder
Mike Goodes
Jay Haas
Walter Hall
Gary Hallberg
Kirk Hanefeld
Morris Hatalsky
Mike Hulbert
Hale Irwin
John Jacobs
Peter Jacobsen
Mark James
Tom Jenkins
Gene Jones
Tom Kite
Bernhard Langer
Tom Lehman
Wayne Levi
Sandy Lyle
James Mason
Blaine McCallister
Larry Mize
Gil Morgan
Larry Nelson
Lonnie Nielsen
Andy North
Mark O'Meara
Joe Ozaki
Jerry Pate
David Peoples
Tom Pernice, Jr.
Nick Price *
Tom Purtzer
Mike Reid
Loren Roberts
Jim Roy
Peter Senior
Jay Sigel
Scott Simpson
Tim Simpson
Joey Sindelar
Jeff Sluman
J.C. Snead
Craig Stadler
Bruce Summerhays
Hal Sutton
Leonard Thompson
Bob Tway
Bruce Vaughan
Bobby Wadkins
Tom Wargo
Denis Watson
Tom Watson
D.A. Weibring
Mark Wiebe
Fuzzy Zoeller
* - Defending Champion
 
NOTES
This tournament features Champions Tour players paired with amateurs and even some famous ones. Recently elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Emmitt Smith, Michael J.Fox, George Lopez, Vince Gill, Stone Phillips, Vinny Testaverde, JoeTheismann, Derrick Brooks and Ronde Barber are all scheduled to compete. But the biggest star of them all might be Fred Couples. Boom Boom took fifth at the Masters and held the first-round lead. Despite the strong showing at Augusta, Couples has been an even bigger star on the Champions Tour this season. Couples has three victories, all in a row and his only non-win on the Champions Tour was a second at the season-opener. He lost that event to Tom Watson, another Masters star. Watson shot a five-under 67 on Thursday and broke par at Augusta at the age of 60. Last year, Nick Price finally got his first Champions Tour win after two years of trying. He had a wild final round that included three double-bogeys, a single bogey and seven birdies. It equaled an even-par 71 and a two-stroke win over Larry Nelson. The Golf Channel will show Friday`s action before NBC takes over the final two rounds. Next week is the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf, which was won by the team of Bernhard Langer and Tom Lehman.